Tags: Career

A Bittersweet Ending: The 2024 Oscars Ceremony

The 2024 Oscars Ceremony brought about much excitement for fans of the film industry, but also acknowledged the state of the world today through the movies represented on the Oscars' stage.

Henry Kissinger, Diplomatic Behemoth with a Controversial Legacy, Dies at 100

Henry Kissinger was a prominent figure in U.S. politics. His career spanned the terms of 12 U.S. presidents, in which time Kissinger operated as consultant, National Security Advisor, Secretary of State, and, briefly, as the head of the National Commission of Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. Following Kissinger's death on 29 November 2023, the Stork breaks down his significant influence over U.S. foreign affairs.

Year Two final of the Mitchell L. McLean Mock Trial: A Spectacle of Sharp Thinking and Legal Acumen

On 13 November 2023, ELSA IE held the second final of the Mitchell L. McLean Mock Trial. The competition, based on the U.S. common law system, allows students to step into the shoes of U.S. litigators as they go up against each other in teams. The Stork breaks down this latest experience in an eye-opening article.

Want an Internship? Learn What Laws and Regulations Affect You

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Iona Steger As an IE student, you most likely have an interest to intern...

Are students truly taking CV-building too far?

Over the past few years, individual achievement has become a top priority for students, but do employers think the same way?

Alumni Spotlight: Ian Armstrong, Community Leader and Founder of Ric Energy

IE University alumni, Ian Armstrong, shares his experience as a entrepreneur in Mexico's renewable energy market. He also offers his secrets to success and shares how IE's IMBA program helped him along the way.

 Alumni Spotlight: Nuha Safar, A Life-Transforming Degree at IE

As part of a series of interviews with IE alumni, The Stork had the privilege of sitting down with Nuha Safar. Nuha currently serves as the Director of National Corporate Social Responsibility for the United Arab Emirates.

Alumni Spotlight: Get to Know Fahim Siddiqui, Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer at The Home Depot

Get to know Fahim Siddiqui, current Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer at The Home Depot

The Moving Company: A Student-Led Initiative Aiming to Revolutionise Relocation Services

The Moving Company, a student-led initiative that provides moving services for fellow students, first emerged as a lifeline for those facing the daunting task...

Working in Spain as an International Student

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Reed Fliegel College is undoubtedly expensive. With payments ranging from necessities like tuition, food...


Yellowstone: A Wild Ride Through America’s Racial Frontier

Yellowstone, a TV series that is set in the countryside of Montana, specifically the national park of Yellowstone, portrays the modern battle of the old game between Cowboys and Native Americans. It’s a tale as old as time, or at least as old as colonialism, where the land is the ultimate prize and everyone else is just a pawn in the game.

Deadliest ISIS Attack on European Soil

What do both ISIS and Russia have in common? The intuitive answer might be nothing besides the killings and attacks on innocent civilians. That was until the Moscow attack took place on March 22nd.

A Missing Chapter: Women and Science

Women’s role in science has been discussed for over centuries, with opinions ranging from “burn them at the stake” to “they are just as intellectually capable as men”. But have you ever thought about how science has been treating women?